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It is just too professional for Bollywood actors to project the heartening relationship of brother and sister on-screen. On one hand, they play the cupid-cards while on the other hand they tie rakhis on their wrist.

Shah Rukh Khan (Max) played the role of caring brother opposite to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (Shirley) in the movie Josh (2000), while they both were paired for the movie Devdas (2002) to play the epic Paro-Devdas characters. Let’s see how perfectly these actors act as brothers and sisters.

1. Priyanka Chopra- Ranveer Singh (Dil Dhadakne Do)

Famous Bollywood jodi, who sizzled the screen in Abbas Zafar’s Gunday (2014), left the audience clapping for their jaw-dropping performance in Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do. Priyanka Chopra aka Ayesha Mehra, who played a character of workaholic wife and supportive sister to brother Kabir Mehra, Ranveer Singh.

2. Salman Khan- Tabu (Jai Ho)

Well, Bollywood’s bhai Salman Khan, who has been a guiding light for many rising stars in the film industry, played a role of an obedient brother in his flick Jai Ho (2014). He does whatever his sister Geeta Agnihotri (Tabu) ask him to do.

3. Aishwarya Rai- Shah Rukh Khan (Josh)

Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai played the role of Shah Rukh Khan’s sister: Shirley in the movie Josh (2000). Shah Rukh Khan aka Max was highly concerned for his sister in the movie, which was shot in the location of Goa.

4. Karisma Kapoor- Hrithik Roshan (Fiza)

One of the most powerful actors of Bollywood Karisma Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan defined a new outlook towards brother-sister relationship in their movie Fiza (2000). Karisma Kapoor played a role of an elder sister Fiza to brother Aman, who was disguised to join extremist group. The story revolve around a strong-headed sister who wants to get back her brother to family.

5. Shreyas Talpade- Shweta Prasad (Iqbal)

This story portrayed brother-sister affection, where Shweta Prasad as ‘Khadija’ helps his brother Shreyas Talpade as ‘Iqbal’ to win the dream of his life and become a cricket legend.

6. Farhan Akhtar- Divya Dutta (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag)

Farhan Akhtar played the lead role in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag biopic of famous legendary athlete Milkha Singh, who was pampered by her sister Isri Kaur played by Divya Dutta. She was projected more like a motherly figure to Milkha.

7. Genelia D’Souza – Prateik (Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na)

Probably the most relatable brother-sister duo on the list is from the 2008 film Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na. Prateik and Genelia portray Amit and Aditi who find themselves amidst constant squabbles but, also silently watch over each other. We see how siblings, although sometimes feels estranged, will always be there for the other.

8. Dev Anand- Zeenat Aman (Hare Krishna Hare Rama)

The list stays incomplete without the most iconic on-screen brother and sister of all time. Hare Krishna Hare Rama unfolds the story of Prashant (Dev Anand) and his younger sister Jasbir/Janice (Zeenat Aman) whose relationship becomes strained after the separation of their parents. Years later, Prashant travels to Kathmandu to search for Jasbir, who had run off and joined the company of hippies. Jasbir, who has turned to drugs and alcoholism, has no recollection of her childhood. After Prashant manages to convince her that he is her brother, Jasbir, who realises how she has strayed from her path commits suicide and leaves behind a note for her big brother.